RECIPE: Antipasto Pasta For National Pasta Day

October 17th is National Pasta Day. Yesterday we published one special pasta recipe. Here’s another. Some people like to have an antipasto plate before the pasta course. But this recipe from DeLallo combines them together. It’s fun food, mixing antipasto ingredients into the pasta. Your plate of pasta is loaded up with pepperoni, olives, artichokes,…
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RECIPE: Try A New Pasta Recipe For National Pasta Day

October 17th is National Pasta Day, October is National Pasta Month. Most celebrants will head for their favorites. Fettuccine Alfredo? Lasagna? Spaghetti and meatballs? We think it calls for something different and special. How about a recipe you’ve never had before? This one from DeLallo has a sauce unlike you’ve never had: both goat cheese…
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HALLOWEEN COCKTAIL: Porter’s Rye Way To Hell Punch

[1] Porter’s Rye Way To Hell: great name, delicious drink (both photos © Ogden’s Own Distillery). [2] You don’t have to be as tough as this gunslinger to enjoy a shot of Porter’s Rye. See his story in the section below.   On this socially-distant Halloween, here’s a fun way to celebrate Halloween with your…
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RECIPE: Pumpkin Sage Polenta With Roasted Vegetables

If you’ve never cooked polenta, it’s a great comfort food—and gluten free, too. We don’t know why Americans don’t eat more of it—and more parsnips, too, while we’re at it. (Parsnips [photo #2] are one of the delicious fall vegetables roasted for this recipe.) Fall and winter months beg for a dish of warm, creamy…
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TIP OF THE DAY: How To Scoop & Roast WInter Squash Seeds

[1] Acorn squash, one of the two most-available winter squash varieties for the table (photo © Kim Daniels | Unsplash). [2] Tied for first place: butternut squash (photo © Good Eggs).   It’s a little bit of a chore to scrape the seeds out of an acorn, butternut or other winter squash*. Here’s a tip:…
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